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"""" " » u-MANAWAY FAUnr * MRS. C. R. McMANAWAY, Editor MISS LIVINGSTON PRESENTS PUPILS Pupils of the dancing: school of Mis« Millicent Livingston were presented in recital through the presentation of "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs," under the sponsorship of the Junior Welfare club, at the high school auditor ium last night before a erowd of between eight and nine hundred people. The pupils took their parts beautifully and the whole performance brought forth much applause. Cast as Snow White was Eliz abeth Brown, and the part of Prince Charming was taken by Margaret Dixon. Roslyn Buchman was the Queen and Elaine Atkin the voice of the Magic Mirror. The Seven Dwarfs were Joan Buchman, Ann Osborne, Brabara West, Anna Marie Brown. Louise Dixon, Marietta Benedict, Ann Livingston. Roses were Ann As borne. Louise Dixon, Marvetta Benedict, Ann Livingston, Bar bara West, Joan Buchman. Anna Marie Brown, and Barbara Lee O'Hare. The bunny was played by Harriett Culbertson and the but terfly by Sarah Lee Allen. The Angel was played by Lillie Fergu son. The recital was in five parts, with dance novely numbers. Appearing in the novelty num bers were Slarah Lee Allen. Har riett Culbertson, Louise Dixon, Bernard Martin, Anna Marie Brown. Barbara Lee O'Hare, Joan Sample. Roslyn Buchman, Eliza beth Brown, Marearet Dixon. Barbara Bennett, Lillie Ferguson, Virginia Gibson. Ann Livingston, Bofcbie Livingston and Jo Brown, Joan Buchman. Francis Bass, Ann Look What's Going On... Right Beneath Carole's Nose/... They are "That Way" about each other in "FOOLS FOR SCANDAL" ... but don't tell anyone . . . for you know how people talk! CAROLB L ombard fotnand Gmvet I tyols for Scandal EXTRA L. The Inimitable PETE SMITH in "PENNY'S PARTY" FRI. ONLY TODAY! In Technicolor Merle Oberon in DIVORCE OF LADY X" Osborne, Allan Brown, Elizabeth Brown, George Wilkins, Elaine Atkin, Eileen Staton and Toone Livingston. Pupils unable to appear on the program were Elizabeth and Jody Jackson, Alice Duff Barbara Sta ton, Betty Wright, and Ernest Rober. Miss Gibson, a pupil of Miss Livingston at St. Genevieve of the Pines, Asheville, and who won second place anion* the toe danc ers of the state, in her class, at Winston-Salem recenty, did some solo work which was splendid as well as the othe rsolo numbers. The pianist was Mrs. Everett I Dixon. Miss Livingston appeared in an unannounced dance during the I course of the novelty program and the tremendous applause ac ' corded her was a virtual ovation. • * * LOVELY BENEFIT GIVEN Mrs. A. S. Browning, Jr., grade mother, assisted by the other mo thers of Miss Elsie Ficker's sec ond grade at the high school, gave a beautiful party of five tables yesterday afternoon at her home as a benefit to buy supple mentary readers. Colorful flowers graced the home. The high prizes were won by Mesdames W. B. Howe, W. S. Beaver, Arthur Redden, 0. B. Crowell and Miss Syretha Sossa , mon. An iced course was served at the close of the delightful af I fair. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS % Mrs. Lyle Prather. of Panama, a well-known summer resident, is a guest at The Cedars for a while. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Settan, of Brevard, whose marriage was a recent event of much interest, will come tomorrow to be week end guests of Mrs. I. Curtis Ar ledge. Mrs. Fowler H. Hayes, of At lanta Ga., is visiting her sisters, Mesdames John Hollingsworth and Ernest Roper. Rev. and Mrs. A. K. Cheek, of Hillsboro, announce the birth of a son, Aubrey Kenneth, Jr., at Patton Memorial hospital on Thursday, May 19. Mrs. Cheek is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hill with whom Mr. Cheek is spending a few days. Mr. W. B. Downing, of Brad enton, Fla., is the guest of Com mander and R. B. Hamms, with whom he spent last summer, at their home on Fifth avenue, West. Mrs.. Ridley R. Kessler, of Asheville, is spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shepherd. Col. Walter Stubbs has return ed home after being in Sumter, S. C., for a while. Mrs. James, her daughter, Miss James, and son, Mr. James, who have spent the winter here as usual, left yesterday for their home in New York. More than 1,000,000 acres of Louisiana, Arkansas and Texas land too steep or too eroded for cultivation have been planted in trees to provide a future timber crop and a refuge for wildlife. Tevas extends nearly 800 miles east and west, and nearly 750 mil es north and south. Lead crayons were used by the Aztecs at the time of Cortez. THANKS!. to you... and you... and you . for the success of our formal opening Wednesday From early morning until late night we were swamped by customers who came to buy, to comment on our new soda fountain and re modeled store, and to wish us success. All your good will and patronage is appreciated more than we can say. We're busy again Today . . . and our usual price ad is omitted. But * in every department you'll find the kind of bargains and quick service for which this store is noted. Ask for anything you need with the assurance you can't buy it cheaper anywhere in North Carolina. CTflD our new liquid carbonic RDIXIlf I OlVfl soda fountain for a cold 1/Iili ill. I [lir* i'|| ECONOMY DRUG CO. "CUT RATE" Main St. at Fifth Aw. I ■'Ml Mystic Sights Poker Spooking The famous Los Angeles poker hand in which Harry T. Clifton, wealthy Englishman, claims to have lost $150,000, has been brought under scrutiny of the law by the occult findings of the Rev. Violet Greener, above, high priestess of mysticism in California's Abageg temple. The Rev. Greener claims to have divined hocus-pocus in the poker playing of Lew Brice, brother of Fanny and winner in the game F.R. Asks Coin To Fight Pests WASHINGTON, May 19. (UP) —President Roosevelt today ask ed congress to appropriate $950, 000 to fight emergency and incip ient outbreaks of insect pests in addition to $2,650,000 already provided for the fiscal year end ing July 1st. 1.1. ALLEN Suggestions for Gradua tion Presents that will be useful as well as assuring of long appreciation; • HAND BAGS • HOSE • PANTIES • SLIPS • GOWNS • HANDKERCHIEFS • NECK TIES • SOX • BELTS • SHIRTS • COLLAR PINS • PAJAMAS • AND OTHERS Champion and Freeman SHOES In Summer Sports and Staple Styles. A good Shoe and a real value at $3.95 and $5.00 Unusual Selection of PIECE GOODS in Cottons, Bembergs and Silks See Our Ladies' Ready-to-Wear for some of the newest things in DRESSES, SUITS and COATS L V. ALLEN DIOCESE WILL PICK OFFICERS Wide Representation of Episcopal Churches at Tryon Session TRYON, May 19.—Election of officers and delegates and the ap pointment of diocesan committees today will conclude the 16th an nual convention of the Episcopal Diocese of Western North Caro lina, in session at the Church of the Holy Cross here, i The convention convened yes terday morning: with the Rt. Rev. Robert E. Gribbin, i bishop, pre siding.' The Holy Communion was celebrated by Bishop Gribbin with the assistance of Rev. A. W; Far num, of Asheville, and Rev. Jno, A. Pinckney, of Holy Cross. Seventeen of the 18 parishes in the diocese and a number of mis i sion churches were represented by 25 clergymen and about 60 lay men. Sessions on Wednesday were devoted largely to hearing re ports. The Rev. James P. Burke, of Hendersonville, was elected secretary. The theme for discussion for the day was the department of Christian social service, and the Rev. William S. Stoney, of Mor ganton, presented a resolution asking the convention to petition the general assembly to require three days notice preceding a marriage in the state. This reso lution was accepted by the con vention. |° EDNEYVILLE 1 0 O EDNEYVILLE, May 19. —, Those visiting at the home of i. R. Hyatt Sunday were, Misses Fay and Lydia Mae Justus, Cordelia Revis and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hale and little daughter, Barbara Jane of West Asheville. Mr. and Mrs. Aiden Maxwell and children of Hoopers Creek I were recent dinner gujests of Mr. . and Mrs. Ed Rhymer. , Mr. Willie Laughter of Bilt more visited his parents Sunday. * Messrs. J. P. and Robert Revis were supper guests of Claude Ed I ney Sunday. ( Mrs. Rome Laughter and Mrs. Lee Justus Friday evening visit ed Mr. J. J. Carver, who is ill. Miss Carrie Mae Hyatt has ac cepted a position in West Ashe ville. *. j Mr. J. C. Wiggins and son vis ited Mr. Wiggins' daughter in Spindale over the week-end. Miss Thelma Edney spent the week-end with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ward, of Fletcher. Mrs. Clarence Laughter and son and Mrs. E. Maxwell visited Mr. and Mrs. Rome Laughter on Tuesday evening. ... , Mrs. Mollie Green spent Sun day with Mrs. Dock Gilliam. Mrs. Ed Rhymer and daughter, Kate, visited Mrs. E. R. Neely on Tuesday evening. Mrs. Luther Edney called on Mrs. W. B. Wells and Mrs. Mack Rogers on Monday evening. Coaches were introduced into England in 1555. INSTITUTE ON! CHURCH WORK OPENED HERE 75 Attend Methodist Event and Hear of Early Church's Virtues A "class" of 75 persons repre senting the Flat Rock, Fletcher, Mills River, Brevard, Saluda, Try on, Skyland and Hendersonville Methodist churches attended the^ first session of a stewardship in stitute at the First Methodist church here last night, with Dr. G. L. Morelock, general secretary of the board of lay activities of southern Methodism, in charge. It is the 213th such institute conducted by Dr. Morelock, who in his address last night held up as a standard to 20th century church workers the qualifications of the first century "board of stewards." "That board," he said, "was full of faith, full of the holy spirit, full of wisdom and power, and was of good report. Further more, the first century church was a worshipping church, a work ing church and a giving church " The speaker said that inade quate financial support is being given to more than half of the pastors in southern Methodism, that the missionary and evangel istic program has been, cut one half, that stewards are contribut ing 26 per cent of the budget, and that £5 per cent of the members do not attend church services. "We'd better begii^ with the 65 per cent who are not interested enoug hto attend church, and when they have returned to the fold and the evangelistic spirit has been restored we can seek new converts," Mr. Morelock said. "A church steward who doesn't live up to his duties or a church mem ber who doesn't contribute finan cially or attend services is the greatest stumbling block to prog ress that I can think of." In opening the institute, which will be continued tonight at 7:45 o'clock and concluded Friday night, the Rev. M. T. Smathers, presiding elder of the Asheville district, said the primary purpose of the sessions would be to "study to show thyself approved unto God." MRS. R. W. FLETCHER PLACES IN CONTEST Mrs. R. W. Fletcher of Fletcher won 47th place in the safety slo gan campaign of the Pure Oil company of the Carolinas, accord ing to Jas. W. Duff, local dis tributor, who handed her a $5 check from headquarters. Mr. Duff said his office sent in 1403 pledge cards of the 45, 000 sent in from the Carolinas. SAYS WAR SAVED LIVES PASADENA, Cal. (UP).—Gen. P. J. H. Farrell, retired, believes that the Spanish-American war saved 500.000 American lives. It furnished the impetus necessary to find the solution for malaria and typhoid. The seven principal virtues in medieval Christian ethics were purity, obedience, benevolence, faith, hope, love and humility. DEATH TAKES MAJOR HUGER Former Flat Rock Summer. Resident to Be Buried in Charleston TRYON, May 19.—Major Al fred Huger, 62, died at his home here Wednesday morning at 3 o'clock following a Jong illness. Brief funeral services were held at the' residence at 11 a. m. to day. and the body s*nt to Charles ton. • • Major Huger was a noted at torney and writer of Charleston. He received his education at Por ter Military Academy in Charles ton and Cornell University and was later the counsel for the First Admiralty United States shipping board. He was a major in the World war and chief of division of staff representing the American shipping control division. Major Huger was at one time president of the Huguenot So ciety of South Carolina and was a charter member of the Ameri can institute. He was also a mem ber of many other law associa tions. He was the author of a chapter entitled "The Story of the Low Country," published in the Book the Carolina Low Country, brought out by the Society for the Preservation of Spirituals. Major Huger owned an estate at Flat Rock, where he spent the summer with his family for sev eral years but in 1933 he took up permanent residence here owing to ill health. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Al fred Huger; one son, Alfred, now attending the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; and two daughters, Miss Margaret Huger, of Baltimore, and Miss Jeanne Huger of Charleston and Tryon. SALUDA STUDENTS HEAR BACCALAUREATE SERMON ON SUNDAY SALUDA, May 19.—Baccalau reate services of the Saluda high school were held at the school au ditorium on Sunday night and the sermon to the graduates was de livered by the Rev. H. Cary-Elwes. Sixteen members of the class attended the service in caps and gowns, accompanied by the class mascots, little Jirnmie Juanita Anglin and Billie Savage, also in caps and gowns. The service was opened with the invocation bv the Rev. M. L. Lewis, pastor of the Methodist church, followed by a violin solo by Miss Thomas. A vocal solo w.as rendered by Mrs. C. R. Haf fenden, accompanied by Mrs. Lewis. The concluding prayer was by Rev. Josiah Holbert. LOCAL BROADCAST PLANS POSTPONED Due to illness of members of the cast, the Amateur Hour, spon sored by the County Fair associ ation, and scheduled to be held on tomorrow night, has been post poned, it was announced today. .... H E A R -- R. L. WHITMIRE 1 f ^ _ Candidate for Congress * 11th CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT Democratic Primary June 4 In An Address to the Voters of Henderson County Saturday, May 21 3 O'CLOCK P. M. — At the — COURT HOUSE Hendersonville, N. 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